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view, to commence on the 1st of January An Historical and Topographical De- next. The Numbers of that work which scription of Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk, have been published since August last, including the Sixteen Parishes and Ham. exhibit a very visible improvement, both lets of the Half-hundred of Lothingland, in the style, the variety, and the spirit of in Suffolk, will soon appear, from the pen the articles. Among its principal contri. of Mr J. H. Druery.
butors, we understand, are some of the The Third and Fourth Volumes of most distinguished literary men of the Kirby and Spence's Introduction to En- day. tomology, or Elements of the Natural A Digest of the Evidence taken before History of Insects, will soon appear. the Select Committees of the two Houses
A work on the Infantry Movements, by of Parliament, appointed to inquire into the author of the “ British Drill,” (Capt. the State of Ireland. With Notes HistoBarow Suasso,) is announced. In the rical and Explanatory. In 2 vols. 8vo. preface, we are informed, a new mode of Vindiciae Christiane; a Comparative Exercise for the Foot is-proposed. Estimate of the Genius and Tendency of
Mr Murray projects a Collected Series the Greek, the Hindu, the Mahometan, of his Publications in Monthly Numbers. and the Christian Religions. By the He begins with Modern Voyages, and in Rev. Jerome Alley, LL.B. M. R. I, A. these, with Ross and Parry's First Expe. &c. &c. In 1 large vol. 8vo. dition.
A new edition of Smith's Wealth of Travels of the Russian Mission through Nations; in one vol. 8vo, with a Life of Mongolia to China, and Residence in the Author. A Preliminary DissertaPekin, in the Years 1820, 1821, by George tion, tracing the Progress of Political Timkowski, will soon be published. Science, and containing a View of its
A Letter to Thomas Fowell Buxton, present State, will be prefixed. Notes Esq. M.P. containing Statements re- upon the text will be subjoined. specting the Profits on Capital employed The First Number of Bolster's Quarin Working Mines in England, with an terly Magazine is to appear in London, Inquiry as to the Success likely to attend Edinburgh, and Dublin, on the 1st of similar undertakings in Mexico, by John February. It is the only Literary JourTaylor, Esq. is in the press.
nal in Ireland, and the Editor has secured Preparing for publication, in one vo- the assistance of many writers of distinlume, uniformly printed with Dr Todd's guished talent. So great is the interest edition of Johnson's Dictionary, Etymons excited in the sister kingdom by the anof English Words. By John Thompson, nouncement of this publication, that nearlate Private Secretary to the Marquis of ly 1000 subscribers have already come Hastings, in India.
forward to its support. The History of the Church of England, The First Number of a new Monthly during the Reign of King Henry the Work, of some originality of pretension, Eighth, by the Rev. Henry Soames, is entitled “ The Time Piece," will appear announced.
on the 1st of March. It will consist The Memoirs of the Prince de Mont- chiefly of Sketches of Society, and disquibarry, will soon appear.
sitions on the more popular parts of liteMessrs Hurst, Robinson, and Co. an- rature, and its history,
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A New Edition of the Grave, and other A new periodical work is announced, Poems, by Robert Blair ; as collected by under the title of the Edinburgh Theolo- Dr Robert Anderson ; to which is pregical Magazine. No. I. to appear in Ja- fixed, a Life of the Author, is in the press, nuary next.
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